C2C MVP MEDIA DASHBOARD

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  1. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    C2C MVP MEDIA DASHBOARD

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    Preseason Preview

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    Junior Running Back Mark Ingram is this years front runner for C2C MVP

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    RANK NAME POSITION TEAM CHANGE COMMENTS
    1. Mark Ingram RB [​IMG] [​IMG] The defending Heisman winner stopped Tim Tebow and Sam Bradford from taking their second Heismans, and now Ingram will attempt to become the second player to win this award twice, joining Ohio State legend Archie Griffin.Ingram was fourth in the nation in rushing last year, and he powered the Crimson Tide to a win in the BCS title game over Texas. However, Alabama may give more carries to Trent Richardson, which cuts into Ingram’s productivity.
    2. Terrelle Pryor QB [​IMG] [​IMG] Pryor led the Buckeyes in rushing, but his passing was still inconsistent. Still, he had a big game through the air in Ohio State’s win over Oregon in the Rose Bowl, a game that he played with torn knee ligaments. Pryor is fully recovered from surgery, but the biggest thing holding him back is the conservative playcalling of coach Jim Tressell. The “Sweater Vest” needs to take the reins off and allow Pryor to grow, because of anyone on this list Pryor may have the most natural talent.
    3. Noel Devine RB [​IMG] [​IMG] Devine was ninth in the country in rushing last season, and with his 6.1 average, he’s a breakaway threat. But Devine has never been the star we thought he would be coming to Morgantown and this is his last chance to step up to the plate. If Devine can tear up the Big East this year, with his tools, he could move up the online betting list for the Heisman in a hurry.
    4. Matt Barkley QB [​IMG] [​IMG] Chalk this pick up to the recent USC Heisman legacy. Barkley arrived at Troy with impossible expectations and, except for a memorable final drive against Ohio State, didn't really deliver. However, like Luck he should make that nice jump from shaky freshman play to a more rounded and explosive sophomore. He certainly has the receiving talent at his disposal to work his way up this chart. Spring reviews indicate he's slimmed down and added more mobility to his game.
    5. Christian Ponder QB [​IMG] [​IMG] Ponder threw for 2,717 yards in 2009 before being sidelined for the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury. His talent is very real, his 301-yard-per-game passing average, his 68.8% accuracy and superb mobility (318 gross rushing yards) last season convinced FSU that the time had finally come for a Heisman campaign.
    6. John Brantley QB [​IMG] [​IMG] Florida is still going to be good, the best of a bad SEC East. And John Brantley will attempt to become the Jesus to Tebow's God. The one thing that Florida has not gotten enough credit for is his ability to adjust his offensive game plans according to the talent he has on the field. With Tebow, Meyer's spread attack flourished. But now with Brantley, could Florida return to more of a pro-style offense?
    7. Roy Helu Jr. RB [​IMG] [​IMG] I-back Roy Helu Jr. returns for his senior season as one of the most productive rushers in the Big 12 Conference. Helu has amassed more than 2,000 rushing yards over the past three seasons, including a 1,000-yard rushing campaign as a junior in 2009. In 2010, he will be the veteran leader of a Nebraska running back corps that returns fully intact for the upcoming season. The 6-0, 220-pound Helu combines his good size and speed with excellent vision and elusiveness.
    8. Tyrod Taylor QB [​IMG] [​IMG] Taylor’s winning percentage of .857 ranks second in the Frank Beamer era only to Michael Vick’s .955 mark and a 21-1 record. Taylor completed 99 of 173 throws (57.3 PCT) for 1,035 yards but just two touchdowns and seven interceptions. As a runner, Taylor carried the ball 147 times for 738 yards and seven touchdowns. I don’t think this is Tyrod’s year. The Hokie with the most trophy buzz thus far has been standout tailback Ryan Williams. His strong running coupled with Taylor’s passing has been propelling the Hokies towards something big on the horizon.
    9. Michael Floyd WR [​IMG] [​IMG] Floyd is already an elite wide receiver, and should continue to flourish in Brian Kelly’s pass happy spread offense. Had it not been for an injury last year, Floyd may have stolen away the Biletnikoff Award away from teammate Golden Tate.
    10. Tate Forcier QB [​IMG] [​IMG] Because Michigan is going to be better than people think. And because Forcier is better than people give him credit for. Though he struggled down the stretch in 2009, the fact is that Forcier, for a time, was playing some pretty spectacular football. Remember his heroics against Notre Dame and Indiana? His gutty play down the stretch against Michigan State? Forcier got beat up bad in 2009, but he'll be bigger and stronger in 2010; so, too, will his offensive line.
    11. Garrett Gilbert QB [​IMG] [​IMG] After watching Gilbert throw two second-half touchdowns in the national championship game loss to Alabama, it's safe to say the former Lake Travis High School star isn't the Longhorns' biggest question mark heading into the 2010 season. With Gilbert taking the reigns of a Texas offense full of new faces he has a chance to shine.
    12. LaMichael James RB [​IMG] [​IMG] Finally, we get to LaMichael James, arguably one of the best backs in the country. His offseason misdemeanor harassment incident will keep him out of at least one game this year and tarnish his image. Guys who get sentenced to jail time don't win the Heisman Trophy in the same season. They just don't. He could run for 3,000 yards and he'd still have problems with many voters, lucky for him this is a video game and not real life.
     
  2. KnightNoles

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    Emm is the man!! Brings so much to TF
     
  3. Colemanchu

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    Good work Emm and don't worry as the new coach of the Ducks I have granted Lemichael James a second chance and lifted his suspension.
     
  4. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    Thanks!

    haha glad to hear that.
     
  5. astealthyhippo

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    Nice work emmdot. This shit looks official
     
  6. BDSDIGITAL

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    Yes very good job.
     
  7. bravejaf

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    Nice work. I'm hoping Brantley can step in a succeed. The Florida playbook in game does not fit his style much, it has been tweaked from last year but still limited for his game. I'm going to experiment with that playbook a bit more and decide if I can make it work.
     
  8. Bondzai

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    Nice work but I haven't decide if Forcier will start. We might see the Denard Robinson show.
     
  9. Emmdotfrisk

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    Either way this is the preseason preview. As the season progresses I am sure we will see players drop from the board and be replaced with others.
     
  10. Emmdotfrisk

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    PRESEASON C2C MVP VOTING
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    Alright guys with C2C quickly approaching, it is time for a league wide preseason MVP vote. This will be something we will track every year (Preseason MVP and MVP). Please send me a PM with your top 3 choices for C2C MVP, ranking from 1 to 3. Once I have received everyone's vote the Preseason MVP will be decided!

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    RANK NAME POSITION TEAM VOTES
    1. Mark Ingram RB [​IMG]
    2. Terrelle Pryor QB [​IMG]
    3. Noel Devine RB [​IMG]
    4. Matt Barkley QB [​IMG]
    5. Christian Ponder QB [​IMG]
    6. John Brantley QB [​IMG]
    7. Roy Helu Jr. RB [​IMG]
    8. Tyrod Taylor QB [​IMG]
    9. Michael Floyd WR [​IMG]
    10. Tate Forcier or Denard Robinson QB [​IMG]
    11. Garrett Gilbert QB [​IMG]
    12. LaMichael James RB [​IMG]
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  11. Emmdotfrisk

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    PRESEASON C2C MVP VOTING
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    Alabama Running Back runs away with the first annual Preseason C2C MVP Award.

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    RANK NAME POSITION TEAM POINTS
    1. Mark Ingram RB [​IMG] [​IMG]
    2. Terrelle Pryor QB [​IMG] [​IMG]
    3. Noel Devine RB [​IMG] [​IMG]
    4. John Brantley QB [​IMG] [​IMG]
    5. Roy Helu Jr. RB [​IMG] [​IMG]
    6. Christian Ponder QB [​IMG] [​IMG]
    7. Garrett Gilbert QB [​IMG] [​IMG]
    8. Michael Floyd WR [​IMG] [​IMG]
    9. Tate Forcier QB [​IMG] [​IMG]
    10. LaMichael James RB [​IMG] [​IMG]
    11. Matt Barkley QB [​IMG] 0
    12. Tyrod Taylor QB [​IMG] 0
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  12. Emmdotfrisk

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    C2C MVP MEDIA DASHBOARD
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    West Virginia Running back Noel Devine catapults a spot up the C2C race list after an incredible day vs Arizona.

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    RANK NAME POSITION TEAM CHANGE WEEK 1 STATS COMMENTS
    1. Mark Ingram RB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Colorado) 17 carries 109 yards 1 TD, 1 catch for 4 yards Mark Ingram had an average day against a mediocre Colorado team. He split carries with RB Trent Richardson and QB Greg McElroy played well. If Ingram doesn't start to put up Noel Devine type numbers he may see himself slide to 2nd or 3rd in the MVP race.
    2. Noel Devine RB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Arizona) 17 carries 186 yards 3 TD, 1 catch 8 yrds Noel Devine exploded with 17 carries totaling 186 yards and 3 TD's. This type of play will not only give him the C2C MVP award but Mr. Devine will find himself hoisting the Heisman Trophy.
    3. Terrelle Pryor QB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Marshall) 10-21 229 yards 3 TD, 8 carries 0 yards Terrelle Pryor and the Buckeyes laid a beatdown on the Marshall Thundering Herd. Pryor showed off his passing skills as he was able to throw for 3 TD's and 229 yards. Experts suspected him to do more damage on the ground but if his passing production persists coach BDS will do just fine.
    4. John Brantley QB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Miami) 13 for 28 260 yards 2 TD, 1 int 1, 11 carries -15 yards Coach Bravejaf stated that it would be a challenge finding a niche for the Florida Gator offense with the absence of Tim Tebow. John Brantley showed that even in uncertain times he can produce. John threw for 260 yards with 2 TD's against a very talented Miami Hurricane team. Seeing Brantley tally up negative yards on the ground has the experts expecting a true pro style offense for the Gators.
    5. Christian Ponder QB [​IMG] [​IMG] BYE Ponder and the Seminoles had a bye in week 1 and look to draw first blood in week 2 as they open up against Oklahoma.
    6. Roy Helu Jr. RB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Western Kentucky) 4 carries for 86 yards 2 TD Although the majority of carries went to the Nebraska backup RB, Roy Helu showed us the damage he can do. He racked up 86 yards on only 4 carries, two of which resulted in TD's. I am excited to see how he does against a worthy opponent.
    7. Garrett Gilbert QB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Rice) 9 for 14 146 yards 3 TD, 7 carries 11 yards Garrett Gilbert and the Longhorns absolutely demoralized Rice in a lone star state battle. He only threw 14 passes but connected 9 times, 3 of 9 for TD's. This type of consistent play will lead to many wins for the Texas Longhorns in the future.
    8. Tyrod Taylor QB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Boise St) 14-28 242 yards 2 TD, 2 carries 30 yards Tyrod Taylor showed that he is comfortable with leading the Hokies to victory. He threw for 242 yards with 2 TD's against a tough Boise State defense. His accuracy and completion ratio could be much better but Coach Frisk and the Hokies will have a bye in week 2 to shore up the little nuances for a highly anticipated match up with #2 Ohio State.
    9. Michael Floyd WR [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Army) 7 catches 116 yards 2 TD's Notre Dame dominated one of their many rivals Army. Dayne Crist seemed to shine but impact player Michael Floyd had a superb day with 7 catches for 116 yards and 2 TD's. This pace will set him to nearly have a 1,500 yard season. If Floyd and the Fightin Irish keep it up, expect him to be a prime candidate for the C2C MVP.
    10. Matt Barkley QB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Hawaii) 14 for 22 150 yards 1 TD, 2 carries -10 yards The USC Trojans put together a solid win against Hawaii. One had to think that the score wouldnt have been as close, and expected much more out of sophomore QB Matt Barkley. Barkley nearly completed half of his passes and for a measly total of 150 yards with a TD. Coach Twist is a run oriented coach and may utilize Allen Bradford more throughout the season, claiming his spot in the C2C MVP race.
    11. Tate Forcier QB [​IMG] [​IMG] (L vs Vanderbilt) 14 for 22 227 yards 1 TD, 1 Int, 4 rushes 17 yards Tate Forcier is a young QB who is continually growing into one of the most versatile QB's in the nation. His play against Vanderbilt was pretty decent but the Michigan defense was unable to hold Vandy's offense. Tate suffered a severe injury that may keep him out for a few week, giving Denard Robinson a shot to take over the Michigan offense.
    12. LaMichael James RB [​IMG] [​IMG] BYE The Oregon Ducks extended their preseason by a week as they had a bye week 1. They will have a solid season opener against the Tennessee Vols. LaMichael James will need to play a big part on the Oregon offensive unit. If he does, we will see his name climb up the C2C MVP list.
     
  13. Emmdotfrisk

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    C2C MVP MEDIA DASHBOARD
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    Notre Dame Receiver Michael Floyd makes a huge jump in the C2C race as he caught 6 balls for a total of 192 yards and 3 TD's vs rival Michigan.

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    RANK NAME POSITION TEAM CHANGE WEEK 2 STATS COMMENTS
    1. Noel Devine RB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Marshall) 14 carries 123 yards 1 TD Noel Devine and The West Virginia Moutaineers did away with a lackluster Marshall team. Noel Devine put up a strong showing in only 3/4ths of the game and is showing C2C how electrifying his presence is.
    2. Mark Ingram RB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Penn St) 35 carries, 77 yards 3 TD Although Alabama beat a tough Penn State team and Mark Ingram still rushed for 3 TD's, his 35 carries and only 77 yards has turned some heads. We know he is capable of a 2,000 yard season but we will need to see him eat up more yards on the ground.
    3. Terrelle Pryor QB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Miami) 7-18 116 1 TD, 7 carries for 61 yards Pryor and the Bucks survived a tough matchup with the Miami Hurricanes. Terrelle threw for 166 yards and rushed for 61 while accounting for 1 score. We expect to see Pryor's athleticism blossom further into the season and in the Big 10.
    4. Michael Floyd WR [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Michigan) 6 catches 192 yards 3 TD Michael Floyd makes a HUGE jump this week as he boasts his second straight week with 5 or more catches for 150+ yards. Against a tough Michigan team Floyd nearly totaled 200 yards and caught 3 TD passes. This type of play makes him a prime candidate for the C2C MVP and the NFL.
    5. Christian Ponder QB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Oklahoma) 21-31 381 yards 5 TD, 3 carries for 4 yards Ponder had a monster day against Oklahoma setting a season high passing total to grasp for the remainder of the season. 381 yards in the air with 5 TD's is very impressive but experts are wondering if Coach Knight is overworking the Heisman candidate. We hope to see Ponder's activity limited later in the game in future blowouts.
    6. John Brantley QB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Nebraska) 6-11 131 yards 1 TD, 3 carries 4 yards It appears that Brantley is slowing disappearing as the team impact player as he put up mediocre numbers in a tough user win against the Nebraska Huskers. Florida RB Jeff Demps is carrying most of the load and may bump John's name from the list in a few weeks.
    6. Roy Helu Jr. RB [​IMG] [​IMG] (L vs Florida) 24 carries 82 yards 1 TD, 2 catches for 25 yards Roy Helu and the Huskers suffered a tough loss to the Florida Gators. Helu played particularly well with 82 yards and 1 TD but Nebraska needs more from him in clutch situations in order for them to make a run at a title.
    8. Garrett Gilbert QB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs USC) 7-12, 138 yards 1 TD, 1 carry 22 yards Like most of the other QB's in the C2C race, Garrett Gilbert dropped slightly as his above average production against USC is not up to par with the run game of some of the other candidates. Leading his team to victory is only half the battle as his numbers are great but could be better.
    9. LaMichael James RB [​IMG] [​IMG] (W vs Tennessee) 12 carries for 175 yards 2 TD LaMichael has finally gotten the chance to show us what he is all about. An impressive 12 carry day for 175 yards has the nation in awe as this YPC is very exciting. With a tough win over Tennessee, it is only a matter of time before James is touching the rock 20 times a game and tallying almost double the yards.
    10. Tyrod Taylor QB [​IMG] [​IMG] BYE Tyrod Taylor and the Hokies need to seriously evaluate how they will beat the Bucks in week 3.
    11. Allen Bradford RB [​IMG] [​IMG] (L vs Texas) 19 carries for 128 yards 1 TD, 2 catches 9 yards It was only a matter of time before Bradford took over Barkeley's spot in the C2C MVP race. With 128 yards on 19 carries and 1 TD, Bradford is pound for pound one of the toughest runners out west. As he continues to put up games of this caliber he will climb the ranks and join the rest of the high caliber runners in C2C.
    12. Denard Robinson QB [​IMG] [​IMG] (L vs Vanderbilt) 14 for 22 227 yards 1 TD, 1 Int, 4 rushes 17 yards With Tate Forcier out on injury for the next couple weeks its Denard's time to shine. Against a tough ND team, Robinson needed to utilize his athleticism but failed as he only rushed for 1 yard on 13 carries. In order for Coach Bond to take advantage of Denard's capabilities he will need to carefully weigh QB rushes and passes.
     
  14. Colemanchu

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    Just remember that in week 3 LaMichael James also had a 70 yard fumble return for a TD. Just something to think about when making the next batch.

    Good job by the way. Time for Brantley to take a hike.
     
  15. Emmdotfrisk

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    End of the Year Voting coming tonight!
     
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    Fozzy says whats up
     
  17. bravejaf

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    Brantley had a pretty good game against the "user pick king" but I never wanted him to be an MVP candidate. I want him back next year so he can throw for 800 yards against LSU.

    Promise: Brantley will throw for 4,000+ yards if he comes back next season.
     
  18. BDSDIGITAL

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    my only legit mvp candidate is Brandon Saine.
     
  19. Emmdotfrisk

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    haha yeah many things have changed.....my MVP is my MLB.
     
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    C2C MVP MEDIA DASHBOARD
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    C2C MVP VOTING

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    Florida State QB Christian Ponder won the 2010 Heisman but will he win this years C2C MVP?

    Below are the 2010 C2C MVP Nominees! Please vote by sending me a PM with your top 3 selections. You cannot vote for yourself or any player on your team. All votes will be tallied once all ballots are received and the winners will be crowned!


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    RANK NAME POSITION TEAM CHANGE WEEK 2 STATS VOTES
    1. Christian Ponder QB [​IMG] [​IMG] 192 for 321 3,943 37 TD 10 Int - 61 carries for 48 yards 6 TD's
    2. Roy Helu Jr. RB [​IMG] [​IMG] 267 carries for 1616 yards, 25 TD's
    3. Brandon Saine RB [​IMG] [​IMG] 251 carries for 1,501 yards, 19 TD's
    4. Foshwitt Whitaker RB [​IMG] [​IMG] 214 carries for 1,564 yards, 20 TD
    5. Mark Ingram RB [​IMG] [​IMG] 298 carries for 1,488, 20 TD's
    6. Barquell Rivers MLB [​IMG] [​IMG] 130 tackles, 30 TFL, 1 sack, 1 Int, 5 FF
    7. LaMichael James RB [​IMG] [​IMG] 195 carries for 1,360 yards, 19 TD's
    8. Noel Devine RB [​IMG] [​IMG] 199 carries for 1,355 yards, 19 TD's
    9. John Brantley QB [​IMG] [​IMG] 175 for 305 with 3,084 yards, 26 TD's 12 Ints
    10. Armando Allen RB [​IMG] [​IMG] 240 carries for 1,314 yards, 25 TD's
    11. Ronald Johnson WR [​IMG] [​IMG] 55 catches for 1182 yards, 10 TD's
    12. Mike Martin DT [​IMG] [​IMG] 44 Tackles, 15 TFL, 10 sacks, 1 Int, 1 FF, 2 FR

    BALLOTS RECEIVED FROM:
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    2. Brave
    3. Max
    4. Knight
    5. Perry
    6. Hippo
    7. Juggs
    8. Cole
    9. Twist
     
  21. Juggernautblitz

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    I think Armando Allen should have been much higher. He finished his season off with 224 yards and 2 TD's. On a team with limited skill players and a bad O-line he probably contributed more to ND being #5 or so at the end of the year than most of these guys did to their teams.
     
  22. Emmdotfrisk

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    That may be true, this list is in order of season statistics with a little bit of team record and team accomplishments involved. If there is any stats I fudged or you would like added feel free to post and I will update the OP.
     
  23. astealthyhippo

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    hahaha...I like how I've got pm's from Papa and Juggernaut with their votes. What I find even funnier is Juggernaut voted for Armando Allen even though he's not allowed. Fucking homer-picking bastid!

    :D
     
  24. Emmdotfrisk

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    haha i sent him a PM back
     
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    C2C MVP MEDIA DASHBOARD
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    C2C MVP VOTING

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    Nebraska's Roy Helu wins the 2010 C2C MVP by a near unanimous vote! Congratulations Beazus, Your Sig award icon is below!

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    RANK NAME POSITION TEAM CHANGE WEEK 2 STATS
    1. Roy Helu Jr. RB [​IMG] [​IMG] 267 carries for 1616 yards, 25 TD's
     

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